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Farron accuses May of turning her back on allies and cosying up to bullies and despots

Farron on the Rock: during visit to Gibraltar Lib Dem leader will accuse May of having "twisted view of world"

TIM Farron will today accuse Theresa May of turning her back on Britain’s allies and cosying up to bullies and despots as he visits Gibraltar, which voted overwhelmingly to stay in the European Union.

12:02am Tuesday 23 May 2017

May wobbles over social care policy U-turn but accuses Corbyn of scaring vulnerable pensioners

Bad day on stump: May seeks to "clarify" social care policy but opponents accuse her of humiliating U-turn. BBC/PA wire

THERESA May has suffered her worst day of the election campaign so far after a dramatic U-turn on social care put her on the defensive and opened her up to attacks of a “manifesto meltdown”.

10:32pm Monday 22 May 2017

Election 'a question of trust' says Theresa May as she defends care costs cap U-turn

Election 'a question of trust' says Theresa May as she defends care costs cap U-turn

Theresa May said the General Election is a "question of trust" as she sought to defend her dramatic U-turn on social care policy amid signs that controversy over a so-called "dementia tax" was hurting Conservatives in the polls.

9:14pm Monday 22 May 2017

The Sunday Herald hustings

The Sunday Herald hustings

How do we improve pupil results in our education system?

12:09am Sunday 21 May 2017

Lib Dems promise Home Rule for Scotland in manifesto

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron (Matt Cardy/Getty Images).

A Liberal Democrat government would deliver Home Rule for Scotland, according to the party' General Election manifesto.

12:04pm Wednesday 17 May 2017

Lib Dems target youth vote with pledge on housing benefit for under 22s

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron visits the Mary Rose School for children with special needs on May 16, 2017 in Southsea (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images).

The Liberal Democrats will appeal to the youth vote with pledges to restore housing benefit for under 22s and and bring in votes at 16 for all elections in their manifesto.

10:32pm Tuesday 16 May 2017

Jeremy Corbyn says Labour's 'message is getting through' to voters

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Jeremy Corbyn has claimed his message is "getting through" to voters, as two new polls showed Labour further eating into the commanding Conservative lead ahead of the June 8 general election.

7:32pm Saturday 20 May 2017

The parties have made their triple-lock pension pledges – which is fairest?

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THE battle lines have been drawn. With the main political parties unveiling their general election manifestos this week it is clear that, as suspected, their stance on the triple lock on the state pension is to be one of the key differentiators…

12:04am Sunday 21 May 2017

Labour and Lib Dems attack SNP as independence dominates Scotland campaign

Labour and Lib Dems attack SNP as independence dominates Scotland campaign

Independence is set to dominate election campaigning in Scotland on Monday as Labour and the Liberal Democrats hit out at SNP plans for a second referendum.

7:43am Monday 22 May 2017

General Election 2017 constituency profile: East Lothian

MP George Kerevan. Photo credit: Twitter

EAST Lothian is one of the closest constituencies to Europe both geographically and politically so Brexit will weigh heavily on people’s minds when they go to the polls on June 8.

12:07am Saturday 20 May 2017
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